• I was entirely wrapped up in the idea of becoming an actor. I learned how to write on the job, basically out of necessity. I always thought it'd be fun to write something, but it never was an ambition of mine, per se. I just thought, "Well, maybe I'll do it one day just for the hell of it and see if it works."

    "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia's Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, and Charlie Day". Interview with Noel Murray, September 16, 2008.